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Printerior launches LFAM services for the architectural market

Leveraging proprietary technology and recycled plastic to address demand for sustainable customization

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Printerior, a sustainable 3D printing startup, launched a large format 3D printing service initiative that looks to leverage LFAM technology to redefine what’s possible in design, manufacturing, and beyond.

Initially, Printerior is catering its 3D design and printing services to architecture firms and interior designers who dream of producing one-of-a-kind custom pieces and projects. The key to Printerior’s transformative capabilities is its proprietary robotic LFAM (Large Format Additive Manufacturing) printing technology, boasting an expansive 3x3x2.7 meter build volume and a versatile range of extrusion options.

Printerior launches LFAM services for the architectural market leveraging proprietary technology and recycled plastic
Filament recycling bins at Printerior.

Printerior offers a wide range of materials from 100% recycled plastic to high-temperature engineering-grade polymers suitable for applications such as molding and autoclaving. Printerior’s extruders offer unparalleled flexibility and precision. By harnessing the power of custom-developed printers and proprietary extrusion systems, Printerior is set to redefine the boundaries across multiple industries with large-scale 3D printing this year.

This strategic expansion follows the success of previous projects in furniture and interior design, including a notable installation at the new ERG Virginia office. Over the last two years, Printerior has collaborated with partners and clients across lighting, furniture, and architectural industries who will launch product lines later in 2024. Large-format robotic 3D printing allows the construction of complex structures, while also significantly reducing both lead time and labor costs. Additionally, it enables the creation of customized, intricate designs that are difficult or impossible to achieve with traditional building methods.

“Our team is thrilled to introduce our large-format 3D printing services to architects, interior designers, and creatives across the country,” said Trent Esser, Co-Founder/CEO of Printerior. “We believe this service will open up the possibilities for creating sustainable design with virtually no limits. Current construction methods often limit the possibility for organic design, but 3D printing changes all of that. Imagine a textured curved wall unit that is price-competitive, easy to install, and made from 100% recycled plastics. With our custom-developed technology and commitment to sustainability, we’re empowering industries to innovate and excel like never before.”

Printerior launches LFAM services for the architectural market leveraging proprietary technology and recycled plasticPrinterior’s dedication to sustainability extends beyond technology to include the development of high-performance sustainable and recycled materials tailored specifically for LFAM printing projects. This environmentally responsible approach complements Printerior’s existing on-demand printing services for FDM, SLA, and SLS technologies, offering clients a comprehensive suite of solutions to meet their diverse needs.

Since its inception, Printerior has been focusing on sustainability and innovation. This is exemplified by its rollout of 100% recycled filaments for FDM printing, followed by the introduction of several 100% recycled LFAM-optimized pellet product lines sold globally. With the addition of LFAM technology, Printerior continues to lead the industry by enabling the production of high-performance parts at scale, and revolutionizing traditional manufacturing processes.

Printerior’s full-service printing bureau also produces parts for industries such as industrial molding, maritime, automotive, wind power, and aerospace, marking a significant milestone in the evolution of 3D printing technology.

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Davide Sher

Since 2002, Davide has built up extensive experience as a technology journalist, market analyst and consultant for the additive manufacturing industry. Born in Milan, Italy, he spent 12 years in the United States, where he completed his studies at SUNY USB. As a journalist covering the tech and videogame industry for over 10 years, he began covering the AM industry in 2013, first as an international journalist and subsequently as a market analyst, focusing on the additive manufacturing industry and relative vertical markets. In 2016 he co-founded London-based VoxelMatters. Today the company publishes the leading news and insights websites VoxelMatters.com and Replicatore.it, as well as VoxelMatters Directory, the largest global directory of companies in the additive manufacturing industry.

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